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A personal story
of healing
by Ieisha Gilliam

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Life can be very rewarding, but it can also be painfully overwhelming if we don’t understand the process or the need for healing. Healing! I’m not sick you say.


When we have been broken by life, we are in desperate need of repair. Childhood trauma, abandonment issues, rejection, family secrets, resentment, toxic relations, self-hate, self-destructive behaviors, anger, depression, sleep deprived and so many more I could list.  I’m very young but for years, I hid from what was killing me on the inside and it eventually started to show up on the outside. My book is my personal story, but it is the life of so many others. My goal is to bring awareness, and to say it’s okay to sit with yourself and seek out healing. That healing starts by acknowledging the pain is real, and you desire wholeness. Culturally we were taught counseling was for crazy people and to pray about it. I’m telling you they lied to us we all deserve healing, so we can move forward wholesomely. I’m convinced hurt people, hurt people, but I’m more convinced healed people, heal people. It’s not our fault in who hurt us in most cases, but it’s our responsibility to heal. We are somebody’s answer, so go and heal well.  

Signed: Wounded Healer

Publishing info: Kingdom News Today Publication Services, LLC


Length: 140 pages


Genre: Non-Fiction

Language: English

Publication Date: February 2, 2022

Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.36 x 8.5 inches

ISBN-10: 1955127107

ISBN-13: 978-1955127103

About the Author
Ieisha Gilliam
Ieisha Gilliam

Ieisha Gilliam was raised and currently resides in Pensacola, FL. She graduated from Woodham High School, the “Mighty Titans,” Class of 2003. She is a devoted mother to her daughter, Ava-  her whole world revolves around her. She is Owner of Credilock, which was started in March 2020. Ieisha has a heart for encouraging and pushing people into their purpose.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her daughter, reading, and writing. 

10 Things About Me

by Ieisha Gilliam


  1. I have a obsession with all gel ink pens and blank journals/notebooks. I have too many!!

  2. I don’t have a favorite color

  3. I love watching  Boxing or Track and Field.

  4. My favorite movie is The Pursuit of Happiness-  I cry every time; please don't judge me, lol

  5. I love Roses

  6. My favorite food is chocolate….that is food.

  7. I am terribly scared of all insects.

  8. My favorite day of the week is Sunday.

  9. I love Coffee all times of the year

  10. Call or text? Depends on the person; with some people I need to her their voice to fully understand them; for others- please text me.

I had the unique privilege of reading the great story Shebrews, of my dear sister Ieisha Gilliam. While I am inspired by the content I read, I am not surprised at the woman she has become, despite the horrifying pain she has experienced in her life, but has overcome. She is passionate about bringing healing to the individuals that share common experiences subjected, to poverty, physical abuse, and mental abuse just to name a few. 

In closing, while I admitted that I am inspired through her writing, I have also benefited from some healing in my own way!

Mr. Taran Black

Abou the Author
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Ieisha Gilliam
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